Schools in Banayoyo Ilocos Sur

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Bagbagotot Primary School Kinder | Grade 1-6 Public 150502
Banayoyo Central School Kinder | Grade 1-6 Public 100346
Banayoyo United Methodist Church Child Care Center, Inc. Kinder Private 410508
Banlo Elementary School Kinder | Grade 1-6 Public 100347
Bay-asan Primary School Kinder | Grade 1-6 Public 100349
Casilagan Elementary School Kinder | Grade 1-6 Public 100352
Montero Elementary School Kinder | Grade 1-6 Public 100360
Naguimba Elementary School Kinder | Grade 1-6 Public 100361

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Banayoyo is a 4th class municipality in the province of Ilocos Sur, Philippines. According to the 2020 census, it has a population of 7,931 people.  Settlements in the municipality are mostly established along the roads and in the areas near the people’s sources of livelihood. With limited economic opportunities in the municipality, some residents of the town have also left their town to seek higher education, better employment opportunities, better opportunities for trade and commerce not only to other more developed areas in the country but even abroad.

The municipality of Banayoyo is one of the 36 municipalities of Ilocos Sur in Region I. It is bounded on the south by the Bucong River, also called “Carayan a Bassit”; on the west by a small canal called “Calip”; on the east by the Cabcaburao Hills, and on the north by Bay-asan Hills. Municipalities abutting the town area are: on the east by Lidlidda; on the south by Candon; on the west by Santiago; and on the north by Burgos.

Banayoyo, which is one of the interior towns of Ilocos Sur, is approximately 3.5 kilometres (2.2 mi) east of the Manila North Road. It is 57 kilometres (35 mi) south of Vigan, the provincial capital city; 8.5 kilometres (5.3 mi) north-east of Candon; 85 kilometres (53 mi) from San Fernando, La Union, the regional capital; 145 kilometres (90 mi) from Baguio City; and 352 kilometres (219 mi) from Manila.

The municipality can be reached by jeepneys going to Lidlidda and San Emilio or tricycles from Candon.